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Fortress Environmental Services
Top Texas SWD Serving Eagle Ford Shale Oil & Gas Operators 

Fortress Environmental Services (FES), a top Texas Eagle Ford Shale Salt Water Disposal (SWD) service provider, offers a leading-edge, one-stop, fast salt water disposal (SWD) site, truck tank and frac tank wash outs, exterior truck washes and a fresh water depot so that trucks can haul clean water back out to drill sites.

The huge FES 10-acre, leading-edge SWD facility provides rapid 8-minute wastewater pump-outs, quick 30-minute truck tank washouts and convenient 10-minute fill-ups from an onsite 50,000 BBL fresh water depot.

In addition to quick SWD water disposal and refill services, Fortress Environmental Services also provides a free food bar for truckers to get a bite to eat, enjoy free high-speed Wi-Fi internet access for checking emails/trucking logistics, a comfortable break room with cold drinks/hot coffee and a big screen TV as well as the option for a hot shower to wash off the oilfield grit and grime before making a long trip home.

This top-rated turnkey SWD facility is the fastest place to dump, clean up, fill up, eat, take a shower and get back on the road in less than 60 minutes.

Located 1/4 mile south of the intersection of I-10 and Hwy 97 between San Antonio and Houston, the FES El Cruce #1 SWD disposal site is the perfect location to serve oil and gas trucking companies, dispatchers and truckers in the northeastern counties of the Eagle Ford Shale play in Texas. This includes Atascosa, DeWitt, Gonzales, Karnes, Live Oak and Wilson counties.

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